pineapple guava

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pineapple guava

n.
See feijoa.
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Noun1.pineapple guava - dark-green kiwi-sized tropical fruit with white flesh; used chiefly for jellies and preserves
edible fruit - edible reproductive body of a seed plant especially one having sweet flesh
feijoa, feijoa bush - South American shrub having edible greenish plumlike fruit
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Reversal of fluconazole resistance induced by a synergistic effect with Acca sellowiana in Candida glabrata strains.
Neste contexto, as especies brasileiras da familia Myrtaceae compreendem diversas plantas, arboreas e arbustivas, que podem ser utilizadas na producao de frutos para consumo in natura ou para industrializacao (LORENZI, 1992, 1998; DONADIO e MORO, 2004), como a Acca sellowiana (O.
Resumen: Feijoa, Acca sellowiana es un frutal nativo del sur de Brasil.
Se citan por primera vez para la flora argentina las especies Acca sellowiana (Myrtaceae) y Casearia lasiophylla (Flacourtiaceae), las cuales se destacan en otros paises por sus multiples usos.
x Lycopersicon esculentum x Vanilla planifolia x Ficus carica x Acca sellowiana Ananas comosus Musa textilis Durio zibethinus Theobroma cacao Carica papaya Annona cherimola Elaeis guineensis Pollination syndromes Ornithophilous perching hovering chiropterophilous Actinidia deliciosa Malus domestica Medicago sativa Trifolium pratense Passiflora spp.
Acca sellowiana fruits bearing feeding and oviposition damage caused by C.
O objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar a influencia das condicoes e do tempo de armazenamento de sementes de dois genotipos de Acca sellowiana sobre a viabilidade das sementes e o vigor das plantulas.
2005) obtained rooting percentages higher than 80% on cuttings of Gmelina arborea, a species with great domestication potential; and toxicity with higher IBA doses was also observed on cutting propagation of Acca sellowiana, a South American native species, by FRANZON et al.